Monday - Friday (8a - 5p)
A driver will deliver to all types of customers. Primary responsibility is to drive the delivery vehicle and deliver product or equipment to customer locations.
Responsible for ongoing rotating and stocking of product on store shelves, displays, in coolers and vending equipment. Builds small displays and sets up promotional materials as pricing signs and banners. Has frequent interaction with store management and store receiving personnel for acceptance of load as required.
This position requires lifting and loading cases ranging from 20-50 pounds repeatedly during work hours and pushing/pulling using from 40 - 150 pounds of force, occasionally. It also requires reaching, squatting, and bending while delivering and merchandising products in the store. Unloads pallets of product from the delivery vehicle with an electronic pallet jack or 2 wheel hand truck, and puts the product in a designated area in the stores' backroom
Deliver product and execute all promotions
Unload and load product from truck at customer locations
Install vendors and load/reload with products as necessary
Repair and perform preventative maintenance on vending/fountain equipment as needed
Service all scheduled customers by the end of shift
Merchandise all accounts to local standards
Establish positive working relationships with primary contact at each account
PPE- Must wear steel toe boots
Must have current class driver’s license (Class A)
Previous driving experience delivering food and beverage products is preferred.
Previous merchandising products preferred (e.g., filling shelves, building displays, making products look attractive on shelves, rotating product, cleaning shelves, or eliminating out of stocks and out of date products, etc.)
Operating equipment (e.g., pallet jacks, hand trucks, breakdowns, etc.)
Generating and setting work schedules (e.g., determining the priority of work projects, building work schedules, scheduling tasks during the day, etc.)
Operating trucks Class B license (e.g., performing basic functions like driving forwards, driving backwards, or maneuvering in tight spaces, etc.)
Serving customers (e.g., resolving customer issues, ensuring appropriate communication with store managers, following up on customer requests, etc.)
Completing basic paperwork (e.g., filling out paperwork, completing documentation to turn in to supervisor, filling out timecards mileage, etc.)
Working with mechanical systems preferred (e.g., knowing mechanical concepts, troubleshooting, and repairing appliances, performing basic household repair in plumbing, circuits, fuses, and electrical components, operating hand tools and power tools, etc.)
- Banner Advertisement
- Electronics Manufacturing
- Mechanical Systems